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shelling indiscriminately toward civilian territory and the ukrainian people are putting up a hell of a fight. and we're up against the clock. that's tough. that's all for us tonight. tucker carlson is up next. have a great night, everybody.
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every lawmaker arrived wearinga version of the ukrainian flag as ukrainian as you get. president of ukraine does not do that often. what mccarthy did not do was dawn an american flag pin. >> knoche not at all and others went without that, too. in the context of left night the american flag was irrelevant. lots of leader foal that way. at this stage the full force of america's federal government. white house, congress, defense and law enforcement agencies; all redirected avenge the invasion of ukraine. >> notice the verbings avenge not defends. yao like to thank you was being a way to defend ukraine from
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russian aggression? there is in the t. is too late. biden's strategy failed. putin invade. short of destroying ukraine well is no way to liberate by force. all we can do is punish the russians for what they have done. that president biden is what he plans to do. watch. >> lost 30 thrs of vauchl russian stock market lost 47% of value and trading suspended the russian economy is roling and putin is to blame. >> society russian economy is destroyed. imagine living issue the currency drops 30 point in a day. 143 million russians know they are poory. a handful had any role in the invasion of ushg crane. many opposed t. all of them are
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being hurt as their economy come arc part that is fine because they all deserve it. michael mc fall the former ambassador to moscow announced every person in russia bears the guilt of the ukraine invasion. there are mow more innocent russians everyone has to make a choice. support or o moez. >> to be clear, there is no thing as an innocent russian. our russia scholars told us. putin given the orders to invade but 6 year old girls should pay the price because they deserve t. their 80 year old grand mothers deserve it, too. to fight tir annie the united states must hurt the children to bring justice these are our values because vladimir putin is a morale monster. >> these are not traditional western concepts of justice.
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but biden endorses them and a coalition in the congress. the question is, is this a wise course? we can't say. farfor us to suggest thinking through world changing policy in any bay before enacting them. pause to reflect we learned is disloyal. adult moral calculations are treason think burglar your own country is a crime. act now are be be denounced. hold judgment on this. we noticed a question that biden failed to answer or address that is, what is the point of all of this? >> put sin bad. no one will argue. bull destroying the russian economy make him less bachld force troops to with draw and how will that work and how long will it take. or is the plan bigger the idea we force vladimir putin from office. okay. will that work in if it does
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work, what happens to rush why after vladimir putin leaves? would the next russian president an improve am or russia sdendz to chaos like iraq and afterbegan stan did once we over through their government. you may not care but have you to wonder, what would become of russia's nuclear stock pile. take a moment and think. are there potentially ways that thousands of russian nukes may pose a long-term threat to the united states? something to think about not that anyone is. the immediate goal the bipartisan goal turn russia to a pore eyea state. not whether putin deserved that it is more than moral question . question is, how will that work out for us and for the world? american citizens have a right to ask that question. >> start with history. how has that works with iran and north korea those counts reals
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are cut off from civilized nations are they predictable or more or less dangerous to the united states. could it be possible the steps are counter productive to our interests? that is something to consider. keep in minds the very people proposing all of this are the same people who defunded our police departments and destroyed our schools and took down the teddy roosevelt statute in new york. armed the taliban. devalued the u.s. dollar. brought human slave rear back to libya. they are good at wrecking things. planned the iraq war. why we might want to make sure they don't wreck anything else ever again. one thing biden did not address last night.
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for owl the moral outrage he made no mention of china's role in the invasion of ukraine that is weird more than any counter real china made this invasion possible. china is russia's most important alli in the war against ukraine. you gotta ask yourself as everyone is cullpable, where are we not tanking china currency and banning planes and the yachts of china's people >> with that, biden was off to other topics but not what you expect. never mentioned equity. we checked the transcript that is very strange. equity was the kent roll focus of his administration. he told us that. we still have the tape. >> open the promise america to every american. and that means we need to make
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the issue and racial equity not just an issue for any one d. g. it has to be the business of the whole of government. >> that is a very abrupt change. again, it is worth marking because no one notices them. in the space a year equity went from the business of the whole government no audio. not as popular than that. in last night's speech the one left scratching head. biden said we need to fund police departments. the ones that his party defunded and then, in case you have not had enough beers. biden said we must secure the border. why is joe biden saying that. far be it for us to suggest there were poles suggesting he has to say those things.
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we are start to being conclude that a few minutes after he said we need to secure the board everybody announced amnesty for manslaughter of foreign nationals who snuck in. >> provide a path way to citizen for dreamers. those who tempary stchltsz essential workers. revise our laws. >> not the right thing to do is is economically smart thing to do. >> yes. xhe economically smart thing to do give your job to a foreigner. dreamers, those with temporary citizen, farm work ands essential workers. who do you think come across the board illegally the millions in the last. no audio. essential whoa they are all essential. so moments after telling us he
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will security board biden announced everyone snuck across gets to become a u.s. citizen and democratic voter like immediately. it is the right thing to do. >> that was the portion he talked about our count row the first was borders are go to war to protect other's boarders and the second part whoefrn snuck in gets to be an american citizen. does that apply to russian soldier in ukraine than ketanji brown jackson an appellate judge for a year. biden said she is our top legal minds >> the most serious responsibility a president has is nominating someone to serve on the united states supreme court. as i did 4 days ago, i nominated circuit court of appeal ketanji
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brown-jackson. one of our nation's top legal minds. is ketanji brown-jackson one of the top legal mindses we hope so much biden is right appointing her is his gravest constitutional dauts. it might be time for bide tone let us know what ketanji brown-jackson's sat score was. the l sat that would settle whether she is a once in a generational legal talent >> americans have a right to know that and more before giving her a lifetime appointment but we did not hear that. that was one of many things biden left unsaid eluded to rising crime but not his role in it. claim today is gun companies not prosecutors. not the celebrity fundses that bail out murdererses that made this count row dangerous.
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watch. >> man has high capacity magazines hold 100 rounds you think the deer wearing vests repeal the linocaine shield it makes gun manufactures the only companies that can be 've cannot be sued >> far be it to fact check biden. that is disinformation it may be punishable under trees offer. what you heard is a lie. gun manufacturers can be sue today happens all the time. now that he mention today there is an industry in america that has total legal immunity from lawsuits that was granted by congress. here you have a president who is single handedly turnd that industry's corporate executives by forcing americans to use their products. they had to. here is the best part. if the americans who were forced
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use the product it is were killed or injured by them, we have no legal recourse they can't suit industry or complain about it on television or mention it on social media. now they are experts and physicians and nurse they have been sill lent. you know this perfect low limp biden knew this he was flacking for the company when is he got to the podium like the credit card companies in del dem many of the people are invest in the that industry. he never said a word about it. that is odd. >> jason witlook the host of fearless watchd and thought it was weird and happy we are have him on. what did you think? it was infuriating. i liked your monologue and the way you frame today. there were to addresses the first one was the state of the
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new world order. and he was talking about bring unity to all the people around the globe and the countries and nato and all that and when we can do. and then i thought after he got done addressing ukraine he said let me get to former president trump's talking points and adopt them as my own. nowments to bring manufacturing jobs badge make it in america. fund the police. secure the border. this the second part of that speech this all was a clever slight of hand. this guy is a globalist. worried about global issues that's why he left china out of this. if he realliments to talk about the biggest threat to america and what is realm influencing america culture and under mining american values and taking our country in the wrong direction is china. he wants to be seen as the
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unifier of the globe. you can't be a great unifier of the rest of the world if you are not legitimately promoting unity at home among americans the ukraine and what is going on there would have been a great jumping off point to explain to americans why we need to unify. if america is in the a light on to the world. if we don't have our act together, the rest of the world is going to fall in chaos. we look weak. disunify anded therefore, i think putin feels emboldened and china will. and make a move on taiwan. joe biden that speech was infutureiating and inauthentic the second half was about approximatelies that tell them they will get trashed in the mid term election. and so joe biden pivots and with
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a core when they chanted usea, usea, usea. the mealmealpeople ded grating the country for 5 years, we are racist. transgender people have no shot we must reright the constitution. now usa, usa they are getting kill in the approximatelying and think they'll lose the mid term elections >> inauthentic. i was -- first time i have watched the state union and i have not watched a bunch but the first time i was this lying piece of president. >> good news i do think voters who disliked them they are allowed decide if they notoriety mid terms. >> jason, thank you so much as
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always. >> thank you, >> you heard jason know a lot of last night's speech the second half consisted of policies that sound familiar if you watched the last president's speak. here is a sample. >> make more cars special semi conductors in merge more infrastructure and innovation in america. why more goods moving faster and cheaper in america. more jobs earn a live nothing america. instead of relying on foreign supply chains let's make it in america. >> shut down schools and businesses. we have the tools we need. it is time for america to get back to work >> we need to secure our board and fix the immigration system. we should all will agree answer is not to defund the police it it is to funds the police.
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fund them. fund them. >> we were never for defunding the police that was disinformation. janet is a nice and smart person and work in the politics and cohost of america's news room and the 5 and our friends. great to see you. what did you think? >> great to see you, too. >> you have often said i'm a nice person and appreciate that i do always try to go in speeches with an open mind and look to say that was a good line. that was smart. i liked how they pulld that together. last night i watch in the frustration. you are a man who is a genius at the written word and someone who has the book on lends me your ears of the great speeches, this was just not up to par. okay this is something you might have seen a college student on the speech team put together.
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a lot of the things was as you pointed out approximately tested out come that approximately well. made in america. cure cancer. fix the board. refund the police. and also there was no way to put it together. no rhetorical lift or grace. no they are a couple of moments that the nod to steven briar the supreme court judgment and mom neil ketanji brown jackson that is nice the kid that suffer friday diabetes. loved that. there was a missed moment. the president said and it was his birthday yesterday. >> clue. sing happy birthday. have a human moment. i have to say i was frustrated and surprised myself i was so mad about it. i said let me sleep on temperature and when i week up i felt the same will way.
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>> quick. the cure cancer. if you try to notice from denver to philadelphiat chances are you will be delayed the infrastructure is caving in but cure cancer in their spare time temperature is a wonderful goal. thing he talked about having medicare to negotiate your drug prices. if you want great drugs to fight cancer you don't want to hamstring the companies that do this. he is sand witched. base is depressed. inspects are not impressed he has to squeeze and he is at then %. >> yes. >> great to see you. thank you for that. >> thanks, bye-bye. >> so. russian forces captured the ukrainian city the first since fighting began last week. a russian convoy outside kyiv is stalled. we will have updates next.
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>> we have word of new explosions in ukraine, we are showing you new video. lucas is live in that country now where it is after 2. . 20 in the morning. there are russian war ships
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carrying russian marines headed odessa the third largest city they are preparing for an arc assault on thursday. >> russia fired 450 missiles in ukraine. this is the national university and police department on fire. ukraine's second largest city the size of dallas. >> air base a dramatic video what the russians unleashed the situation looking like syria. not the improved and modernizad russian military moscow was boasting about.
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british say 5 ukrainian cities are surroundd and the russian defense said 498 russian soldiers killed 1500 wounded. tucker? >> thanks so much for your straight and forward answer >> all of the sudden people who are in a positions of actual authority who should be responsible are pushing to go to war with russia. adam kings saying u.s. planes should shoot down russian jets and demanding fight rush enthusiasm the new york times published from an official make the same demand. is this wise? what would happen if we did in. the only prom nanlt people in american life who thought that through. with the soldier and a legislator. spoke to her of tucker carlson
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today and explained where this could go. >> watch. >> it is striking the balance making sure we have i strong national defense our men and women are trained, ready and have they need in order to be able to serve our country. when and where needed. >> combine that and ambulance that with the need for political leaders to seat world as it is through a realistic 11s not a fantasy condition we hope might be in place but seat world with the realistic view. and have the strength to make those decisions based on is this mission in the best interests of our country, security and the american people? if it is not, have the strength to exercise restraint. to make sure that we are
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recognizing the short and long-term consequence of that decision which way it may be. serves the interests of our people. >> it is simple will not a -- when oh , you know she is against regime change she must be an isolationist and have america turn or become to the world this . is a tactic of those who are neoconand libs who try to mischaracter this balanced approach to exercising a strong national defense and exercising restranlt. which is what a responsible lead are should do. >> it is shock to me that -- you almost never hear one articulate it clearly as you did. that should be on the tips of every leader's tongue. and considered so -- controversial. is it that you are saying that out loud points up the failure? i think they did not do what you
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said. >> it exposes exposes where their loyalties really lie to get to the heart of it. where they are making decisions that -- will turn out to be big paydays for the military industrial commrefkt defense contractors making a ton of money already off of this new cold war we are in. and exposes the fact that their loyalty is not00 autothing that it should be at the foremost of their mind and their decisionmaking. is not what is in the interests of the american people. not what is in the best interests of our national security. it is not just me saying we look throughout history the decisions made that undermined our national security. made under the circumstances less safe. cost us great in lives and in taxpayer dollars. obviously, what putin is doing
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is absolutely terrible. the war is a tragedy and attack to ukraine should not have happened it needs to stop. when we look at the responsibility that leaders, president biden, leaders of nato. putin, volodymyr zelensky the leaders of the world have is to about what is in the best interest of the people, to find a way to negotiate an end to the war rather than making their decision based on their gio political chest something. because it is the people who are really the pawns who are suffering. as a result of their so called, power plays. this is what needs to happen and needs to happen now. as many people killed already and many people who are suffering already, as much
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destruction as there has already been, this is still very small in comparison to the destruction and death and suffering we will continue to see >> when she served in congress she was denounced as a radical. she was not radical in the clip you heard. watch the full hour you will hear not read callism but opposite. wise, calm decisionmaking with america's interests at the heart of it. expect that from everyone you get it from no one. but tuls i. >> president biden has a fight rising gas price. will that work and for how long is that an answer? this is about energy, is this a plan to increase the value of renewable energy? then, the cost fertilizer going
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update food will go up. no one told you details on that, we are going to, straight ahead. clear clear
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>> during the state of urine president biden made announcement about the world's petroleum reserves and how they will affect gas price. we are following that store matt? >> hi, tuck are. in los angeles at the near of the gas station outside of the studio a gallon of regular is 5.49. across the country americans are seeing the highest gas price in history. president biden is facing pressure to end russian oil import and reloyal on domestic source. last night the president made this announcement. >> i'm taking robust action to make surety pain of sanctions is targeted at russian economy and use every tool to protect american businesses and consumers.
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tonight, i can announce the united states worked with 30 count rows to release 60 million barrels of oil from reserve says. >> in the u.s. the president will release 30 million from the strategic petroleum reserve. 30 million covers less than 2 days of demandful energy administration reports the u.s. consume. 18 million barrels in 2020. experts say it is unclear how this relief will impact fuel process the reserve where it come from is louisiana and texas gulf coasts holding 582 million dollars of crude oil in mid february according to the administration. tucker? thank you. >> you are the pan who can say it we'll punish the russian economy but will not affect our economy. are all global economies linked because of policies that you and your fare supported for decade
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sns you are called globalives. how is shutting down wo economy not going to affect every other economy? of course it will. what will happen to fertilizer the basis of food. russia does not simple low supply energy to the entire world it is a major supplier of every crop nutrient farmers need. thanks to american and european sanctions your bill will get bigger. ben is an expert. owns and runs the blue diamond farming company farms 16,000 acres in the state. again, he would know. ben joins us. thank you for coming on. it is embarrassingow little most people know about fer likewiser where it come from, tell us the implications of this sanction? >> fertilizer prices are likely to spike food prices. if you are upset that gas is up
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a dollar or 2 wait until your grocery bill is up a thousand a month it may not manifest in price it could be quantity as well. empty shelf sindz roam may be just be starting >> i'm sorry i want to make sure. up an exploring the 1000 islands an among. >> price of grow being corn, rice, cotton are up 30 to 40% on my farm and most is fer likewiser. nitrogen processes are up 3 times from the left crop. potassium are doubled. planting season in the north are weeks away well is no miracle technology this can cut this in a third temperature is fixed for most to grow an acre of corn i neil 200 poubldzs of nitrogen
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and phosphorous it will be hard how this plays out. will farmers switch to other crops that produce less. we are not going to put on the groceries to grow this crop. >> i mean it is only food. you are saying this is an essential product for people temperature is and there are likely culpritos this. as you detail said, you know the number one thing is natural gas. key stock of most fertilize are inputs. then we got supply chain that came from the pandemic. a few hurricanes that knocked down supply source. what is really -- affecting us is the things that could have been prevents the esg things this could be the food crisis of the green new deal. to elaborate policies that made us dependent on foreign energy. energy plants decommissiond and
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transitioned to natural gas. wall street taking in act as an investor role with strategic plant closures. king pen in tht worse part for a farmer is the action that taken by the international trade commission. tariffs creating monopolies that we can't upon buy from friend low parties that have a third of the supplies. if is so crazy. i can't think of a segment that bothered me more than what you said. i hope you will come back. >> i would like to. >> i hope you will. >> thank you for joining us tonight. >> you are welcome. >> man who farms 16,000 acres knows what he is talking about. >> in washington vote on president biden nominees who is a full blown lunatic and sensured this channel. yet most bizarre moment of last
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night's state of the union showed you this yet. it is worth staying for. we will be right back.
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president biden nominate the stone to the communication's commission. a radical a term this is thrown around meaningless most of the time. what do we mean when we call her read cal she is for gentleman censorship of media that is unconstitutional and read cal. may be a nice person can'ting in the fcc. will she. the most connected people in the business got reporting on this. >> we gotta get something straight. she is for censorship on no audio. no audio. a lot. you know he is the thing, tucker. i foind her interesting and fascinating and spirited and she
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is smart. the question is she qualified in an objective sense for a j.w. have you to be a regulator on the fcc. if you ad up all she says the positions she has taken about fox is the worse thing since sliced bread or -- putin -- she is wonder bread nobody eats that anymore. you gotta look at her position how read cal on net neutrality. down the line she is far left. one thing that is funny about her. i never met or heard of an fc c commissioner opposed by the fraternal order of police. they oppose her? why? it it is in the because of net neutrality. during our summer of love in 2020 the learning low peaceful
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prosecute tests where cops were targetd and buildings are burning down. she would retweet and like tweets from aoc and far left essaying defunds the police. so the fraternal order of policement to block this. my guess is that the republicans in the commerce committee whim out. there was talk that they would follow the lead of the banking committee and not vote. boycott a vote tomorrow. so the demes and committee can't push her to the floor. boycott the vote. like with sarah raskin and leftys bidenments to put on the federal reserve. ted cruz and commerce committee plan to vote on her tomorrow. as of now. i don't know why they are doing this. if they believe. i say i will deigate g. g. all
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day it is fun. but if they believe show is a threat to democracy why are they voting on her tomorrow. they are not returning my callos this, tucker y. i hope you am come back and name the people who made this possible. >> great to see you. thank you. >> you, too, tucker. why joe biden this country attempted deliver a message to the people of ukraine left night. confused the people of ukraine with the people of iran. they are different watch. >> kyiv with tanks but never gain the hearts and souls of the iranian people. >> yep. show you a bunch of clips like this he was not the only pop tigz acting strange here is chuck schumer bad low messing the timing of an applause line.
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clapping mindlessly. no audio. >> chuck schumer did it too mindlesslieen for an ascertain y. unlike the tax cut from the previous administration the top 1%. americans. the american rescue plan helped working people and left no one behind. >> that was fake. gill brandt is fake to the bone especially her enthusiastic. [inaudible] yes. she put you in prison and applauded you. >> weirdest moment of all when joe biden discussed american soldiers injured by breathe
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smoke from burn pits. watch nancy pelosi react >> troops in iraq stationed dangers breathe nothing to beingic smoke from burn pits. many of you have been there. i have been in and out of iraq and afghanistan over 40 times >> talking about burn pits in the dark accomplice. talking about hell she gets excited. >> cohost of fox and friends weekend we are happy to have him. good to see you what was this about? >> [laughter] come on, i'm will answer what that is about. that is the creepiest thing you can possibly imagine. burn pits. yes. you know she is doing the same -- you know she is doing the thing schumer is doing. is this the time is this a mruz
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in the script? i will jump up. may be she hearsay burn pits what do i do at this point i clench my fifties and rub them together in a creamy manikin ~esque way. >> i'm not trying to -- but it does not matter how much plastic surge row have you if you are too old to think clear low i'm not attacking old people but why are you running our count row this seems crazy to me. >> yea. that it is an impossible take away to arc void. i feel the same way. look i love old people but does every that runs the counts rope have to be. everybody who makes the most decisions in the free world have to be so weird. set arc side age how about be a normal person why did joe biden head butt a member of congress
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walking down the aisle he was wearing an n-95 the next day a party at a virtual retirement home and giving head butts as a form of greeting. sprefrn so weird. tucker. >> may be that is why everyone is so reckless this is crazy. roll the dice! i mean, i'm not freud. great to see you, thank you. >> you know how it end this segment. go get him. why go get him! [laughter] so bizarre. thank you, will. >> thank you. thank you. >> lucas reported several rush yen warships head todd odessa. an assault on ukraine's third largest city could come apparently tomorrow. a lot going on.
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>> tucker: we got a brand-new episode. tucker carlson today, interview with tulsi gabbard. it is significant in a moment like this. we will be back 8:00 p.m. every week no. sean hannity, take it away. >> sean: thank you. welcome to "hannity." we begin with a fox news alerts. multiple explosions have rocked the city of kyiv. they are bombing everything within range including residential neighborhoods, killing men women and children. putin's invasion is entering a new dark chapter. ♪ ♪ >> people dying in the streets. i look at people.


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